Central Intelligence Hits No. 2 At The Box Office This Weekend Grossing Over $$41Million

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Central Intelligence hits the movie charts this weekend with an all-time box office rank of number two. Finding Dory was the number one hit over the world famous comedian, Kevin Hart pulling in over $136 million in gross sales. Although Central Intelligence lost to the Father's Day bash this weekend, Warner Brothers is still world acclaimed for delivering action comedy films along with other entertaining BBQ bashes.

Press Release ~  Warner Brothers Entertainment is known as an American entertainment company that produces outstanding major films for kids and adults.  The company name originated from the four founding Warner brothers, Harry, Albert, Sam, and Jack Warner, who emigrated to Canada from Krasnosielc, Poland.  After World War II, Warner Brothers offered the first color newsreel into their studios and later niched a new market of teenage drama series like  Buffy the Vampire SlayerSmallvilleDawson's Creek, and One Tree Hill.  As one of three studios to reach a pair of Billion Dollar films in the same year, Warner Brothers now has Central Intelligence under their wing.

Kevin Hart (Calvin) plays the role of a number-crunching accountant that realizes after meeting Dwayne Johnson (Bob) at a high school reunion, he entered into a lethal CIA life-threatening world.  The movie involves unpredictable shoot-outs, double-crosses and espionage under the Time Warner-owned umbrella.  The film is rated PG-13 for crude and suggestive humor, some nudity, action violence, and brief strong language within its creative film making scenes.  If you missed out this Father's Day weekend, it is still not too late to Shop Central Intelligence for Dad.


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